Joe’s Place is now open in its new location on Williams Street in the Pettigru Historic District. The renovated building has lots of character to match the unique gathering spot and selection of new and used books.
Olympian Sandi Morris hosted the first ever “Liberty Bridge Jump-off” competition in downtown Greenville, along with the Greenville Track Club. A full regulation long jump and pole vault arena was set up on Main Street near Falls Park. Eight women competed in the pole vault event and Sandi Morris competed at 15 feet, 11 inches (4.85 Meters)! She didn’t quite set a new world record but it was a great event overall.
Sandi Morris grew up in Greenville and this is her first pole vault competition in Greenville since high school.
Free community yoga classes are held at NOMA Square and are very popular. There will be another class tonight (Wednesday) at NOMA Square.
Le Petit Croissant is now open in the West End. They have a mouth watering array of desserts in the style of European pastry shops.
This boxcar artwork was painted by art students of Greer High School, and is located in downtown Greer. It includes scenes around Greer, and the boxcar represents Greer as a train transportation hub, especially since the Inland Port of Greer has opened.
The Saturday Market in Greenville is held on Saturday Morning from 8:00-12:00.
This shopper “Tube Dudette” in downtown Greer is carrying her purse and is also walking her dog. This sculpture is one of a series of “Tube Dudes” sculptures by artist Scott Gerber in Greer.
This smiling sculpture by artist Scott Gerber is at the entrance to Greer City Park. It is one of a series of “Tube Dudes” art pieces placed around the city of Greer. The name “Silly Dude” was assigned as part of a naming contest after the sculpture was placed.
The original Sidewall Pizza Company location in Travelers Rest.
Advertising copy from days gone by – on the upper floors of the Brazwell’s Premium Pub building, facing Falls Park.